It's no secret that Avengers: Age of Ultron features an all-star cast—Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Jeremy Renner, and Elizabeth Olsen are among the movie's big names—but that didn't stop these pros from getting into some major shenanigans during filming.
At The Cinema Society and Audi’s screening of the film in New York City Tuesday night, newcomer to the Marvel series Aaron Tyler-Johnson revealed that the cast engaged in competitive golf cart races on set.
"It was quite fun when we were at the studios. We all had these little golf carts to get around in," Tyler-Johnson tells InStyle. "Robert Downey Jr. had his, and it had the Iron Man symbol on it. Scarlett Johansson got the Black Widow symbol put on hers. So, we all started putting our symbols on our little golf carts and then we’d run out of the studio, jump into the carts, and have races to get back to our trailers. It was so much fun; they were such a great cast to work with."
And as for who was caught cracking the most jokes? "I spent a lot of time with Chris Evans and Jeremy Renner, and they were like my boys for sure—always cracking jokes," Tyler-Johnson says. "They make me laugh. They’re very cool."